Etude Magazine was published by Theodore Presser Company between 1883 and 1957. It was a staple for music teachers throughout the country, providing articles related to music history, new developments in music, and practical teaching techniques, as well as musical scores from the classics and new pieces for beginning to advanced students. Begun as an aid for piano teachers, the magazine grew to include information and literature for vocal and instrumental enthusiasts as well. Not only is the series important to the musician, but it provides an insight into the culture itself, including the impact of the development of the car, radio, and televisions, and expands to world music and the influence of world wars on that culture.
The full run of the Etude Magazine from 1883-1957 is available via Digital Commons @ Gardner-Webb University at: http://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/etude.
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This offering of searchable .pdf scans of the Etude Magazine is made available by Dr. Pam Dennis of Gardner-Webb University. These scans are to be used for research only and are not to be reproduced. Attribution should be given to Digital Commons @ Gardner-Webb University and to its compiler, when using for research. These issues are available under permission from the Theodore Presser Company as they appeared in Etude Magazine.